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Expense Reduction Categories



While the expense categories that our cost reduction consultants review depend on the type of business, typical areas of analysis include:

• Telecommunication Services
     • Local and Long Distance
     • Internet and Data
     • Network Design
     • Mobile
• Consolidation of Equipment
   Maintenance Contracts
• Insurance (Liability, Property and
   Casualty, Health)
• Employee Leasing/Professional
   Employer Organizations
• Payroll Services
• Credit Card Processing
• Overnight Shipping / Courier Service
• Freight Audit and Rate
   Negotiation
• Lighting Retrofits / Energy
   Conservation
• Energy Deregulation
• Utility Bill Auditing
• Waste / Garbage Removal
• Drugs and Medical Supplies
• Fleet Management
• Cable Franchise Audit

• MRO Supplies
• Workmen's Compensation Audit
• Federal and State Tax Credits
• ERATE
• Reverse Auctions
• Property Tax Assessment Appeals
   (Real and Personal)
• Tenant Lease Analysis
• Cost Segregation Studies
• Short Run Mfg / Prototype
   Development
• Printing and Forms
• Office Supplies and Equipment
• Maintenance and Cleaning
   Supplies
• Ad Specialty and Incentive Items
• Corrugated and Packing Materials
• Document Storage
• Audit Services
• Accounts Payable Auditing
• Travel
• Media Buying
• Uniforms
• Client Specific Categories

 

Our expense reduction analysts specialize in reviewing business costs to identify cost containment opportunities and strategic sourcing initiatives that can enhance your bottom line. Please contact us to see how our cost reduction strategies can work for you.

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